Awesome news! Maybe Bernie and Inovio should follow suit?
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Mindless "thumb-downs" trying to dismiss the Wiki definition.
But then again, these bashers are mindless, so the shoe fits. Multiple times.
What a bunch of jokers! LMAO!
Mensa and Harry are alter egos.
They both take opposite positions in order to be "fair and balanced."
Believe that, and I've got a bridge to sell you. And maybe I do!
You're the most insecure poster I've seen in quite some time.
Your self-esteem needs some work.
Go home and work on it.
Oh, and by the way, I don't hate anyone. But I do feel sorry for some.
Dude, you're not mensa. You're a mess!
If you need THAT much self-validation, just look in a mirror and tell yourself what you want to see.
You'll get no appreciation here with self aggrandizement.
Go beat off at home in your Mom's basement.
Get off this board, AHOLE.
PineConePorky is one of the most respected posters on this board.
YOU ARE NOT. You're a joker AND a clown. LMAO!
A hedge fund is a pooled investment vehicle administered by a professional management firm, and often structured as a limited partnership, limited liability company, or similar vehicle. Hedge funds are generally distinct from mutual funds as their use of leverage is not capped by regulators and from private equity funds as the majority of hedge funds invest in relatively liquid assets. Hedge funds invest in a diverse range of markets and use a wide variety of investment styles and financial instruments. The name "hedge fund" refers to the hedging techniques traditionally used by hedge funds, but hedge funds today do not necessarily hedge. Hedge funds are made available only to certain sophisticated or accredited investors and cannot be offered or sold to the general public. As such, they generally avoid direct regulatory oversight, bypass licensing requirements applicable to investment companies, and operate with greater flexibility than mutual funds and other investment funds. Hedge funds have existed for many decades, but have become increasingly popular in recent years, growing to be one of the world's major investment vehicles and sources of capital.
Notice the multiple references to their freedom to do basically whatever they want, whether it is moral, legal, or not. Cramer admits openly in his classic video how he gamed the system and cheated.
In an honest world, yes.
But the SEC doesn't enforce Naked Shorting rules or laws.
Remember the SEC is comprised of former hedge fund managers. They are buddies with the hedge funds.
Ad hominem attacks will get you nowhere, junior.
I'm more educated than you, more traveled, more experienced, stronger physically, and I make more money than you do. Oh, I forgot, you work at McDonald's.
In addition to being flunk out thug, you're just a plain little whimpy #$%$.
Thanks for posting!
I'm sure that Dr. Kim is looking into this! :)
AF wouldn't have a clue about any of this! He simply doesn't care.